Five Mouth-Watering Food You Need to Try When You Visit Madrid

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Madrid is remarkable for many things aside from being the home of arguably the most exceptional football team- Real Madrid. This city is also home to exhilarating carnivals and the spectacle of Palacio Real that makes it a fantastic tourist destination.

Are you planning a visit to Madrid? If yes, then you will need a Madrid Airport transfer to transport you from the airport to your destination. There is a lot of Airport transfer in Madrid claiming to be the best, so it is essential you do your research and hire a reputable airport transfer service.

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Madrid is an enjoyable place to visit. On the flip side of the fun, you can visit different restaurants to try some of their delicious cuisines. Whenever you visit a restaurant in Madrid, be adventurous with your taste and try the following mouth-watering dishes:

Cocido Madrileño

When you walk on the street of Madrid, you will be greeted by the delicious smell of this hot pork stew. The stew has a blend of chickpeas, vegetables, pork, and chorizo sausage. The stew is always served hot and has a lot of spicy, so if you are cold, this soup/stew is sure to warm you up.

Cocido Madrileno

Huevos Rotos

Your trip to Madrid is incomplete without you having a plate of Huevos Rotos, which means “broken eggs.” This dish is a plate of fried potatoes which were fried on pure olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt. The freshly-fried potatoes are dressed with over-easy eggs.

Huevos Rotos

Bocadillo de Calamares

No food in Madrid will delight your taste bud more that the Bocadillo de Calameres which is literary a sandwich. This sandwich is delicious and filled with deep-fried bits of squids. Some restaurants add tomatoes or homemade mayonnaise to theirs. But whatever it is filled with, the Bocadillo de Calameres is something you need to have a try. Having a bite of this sandwich won’t cost a pretty penny, you can get into from any local restaurant, Calamari sandwich bar or the streets during evening time.

Bocadillo de Calamares

Churros con Chocolate

Made from flour, salt and sugar, churros are crispy and would make the perfect afternoon snack. In Madrid, churros can be knotted, long, thick or thin and can be eaten any time of the day dipped in hot chocolate. Some part of Madrid call it Porras, so when next you visit a restaurant in Madrid ask for churros or porras, and you are sure to feel good.

Churros con Chocolate

Pincho de Tortilla

Pincho de tortilla also known as Spanish Omelette is one of the most popular and cheapest food you can buy in Madrid. When it comes to Tortilla, every restaurant has its style of serving this dish. Some restaurants blend theirs with egg and potato while other severe theirs with a fresh slices bread. However, the Tortilla has a common feature-dressed with a slice of onions and peppers. For more deliciousness, you can request for sausages or mushrooms to be added to your Tortilla.

Pincho de Tortilla

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